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It has No Flouride - it means it is a chocolate
23 January 2019
It has No Flouride - it means it is a chocolate. Yes, you read it right - your kid is using a chocolate to brush the teeth.
My niece(elder than my kid) was using this and hence I used the same for my 1.5 year old kid for a year and found my kid's teeth become brittle and one tooth's edge was broken. When I checked with the Pediatric Dentist and she said the problem is due to an infection due to continuous mother's feeding in the night and the feeding bottle's nipple's also infects. She asked me to buy a tooth mousse cream which is very expensive and it is another chocolate and kid was actually eating it.
My niece also had the same problem and she lost all her front teeths and it is pale yellow now. And the dentist say its quite common.
How come mother's feeding and feeding bottle was not a problem for my generation and it is a problem for new generations?
Then after many searches, I realized Fluoride is the one which kills germs. If there is no fluoride it is just chocolate. During my toddlerhood I used the paste which my parents were using and it was all fine. So now I'm just using my toothpaste(Meswak or white colgate) to my kid and after 6 months his teeth are white and fine. But make sure the kid is not swallowing the paste as Fluoride content is not good for stomach. So I took risk just for 2 days to teach him not to swallow the paste and he is all fine now. There are also toothpaste for kids with small Fluoride content which is ok for kid - better use that.